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Conference Tracks

Attend the Enterprise Connect Conference for three days of lectures, panels and discussions on a comprehensive selection of technology topics taught by leading analysts and a collection of your peers. The Enterprise Connect program is organized across eight dynamic conference tracks designed to help you focus on the challenges that are most important to you.

UC and the Cloud

Enterprises are engaging with Cloud services and architectures, but how does communications fit into the picture? This year’s Cloud Communications track examines Private, Public, and Hybrid options and strategies.

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Contact Center

Learn about a range of emerging technologies becoming available for the Contact Center, as well as where the likeliest payoffs are and what's coming down the road. This track features market updates and executive discussions with top thought leaders in this important market space.

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Managing UC Systems, Apps and Networks

As enterprises transition to Unified Communications, many of the technical challenges are the same as those experienced with earlier-generation Voice over IP—namely, optimizing IP infrastructure to carry real-time traffic, and managing the network for optimal performance. This track addresses the different aspects of this challenge, as well as providing critical updates on security issues affecting communications systems.

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The Video track offers perspectives on video adoption and management across all formats—from high-end room systems to mobile. You will learn about the latest trends in cloud-based video services; developments around video codecs and other technology issues; and the optimal strategies for using video to benefit your business.

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Learn about the latest developments in wireless technology, mobile device functionality. Sessions will feature a strong emphasis on mobility management, from the device to the networks to the back-end systems.

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Unified Communications

Unified Communications is finally seeing mainstream adoption, so what are the implications for your enterprise? This track addresses the range of UC issues, from Microsoft Lync decisions to endpoint devices to SIP trunking as an enabler of UC.

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Communications Software Architectures

As communications systems move from hardware-based to software, the industry is opening up to new platforms and deployment models for communications functionality.

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SIP Trunking

SIP trunking continues to be an important source of cost savings and new options for enterprise communications. This track offers the latest updates on costs, availability, carrier issues, and CPE requirements for companies implementing SIP trunks.

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